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Atmos Energy Introduces Energy Efficiency Program to Cut Energy Use and Utility Bills
Perspectives
Community
November 30, 2017

COLORADO - Atmos Energy customers have a new tool at their fingertips to reduce energy use and lower utility bills. The Atmos Energy Home Energy Report (HER) is now available to tens of thousands of customers throughout Colorado.

Natural Gas Safety and Play for All
Perspectives
Community
November 30, 2017

Gophers can make new friends at the park, too! Atmos Energy’s Gus the Gopher recently made an appearance at the grand reopening of the Play for All Abilities Park in Round Rock, Texas. 

Ease Fluctuations in Monthly Bills with Budget Billing
Press Release
Community
November 29, 2017
DALLAS – As temperatures go down, natural gas bills typically go up, but with Atmos Energy’s budget billing, natural gas bills will level out throughout the year making managing household budgets this winter a little easier.
Help Neighbors Warm Up by Rounding Your Bill Up
Perspectives
Community
November 22, 2017

Extra change can really make a change in your community this winter. During the season of giving, Atmos Energy reminds you about the option to round up your monthly bill to donate to neighbors in need.

Save Energy, Save Money
Perspectives
Community
November 21, 2017

With the holidays approaching, it seems that everyone is looking for ways to cut everyday costs to indulge in the season and their loved ones. There are many ways to easily save on energy costs to make room in your budget for what matters most to you.

Share Your Pennies To Share The Warmth
Press Release
Community
November 21, 2017
DALLAS – What better thing to give than warmth this winter season? Help your neighbors stay warm and safe this winter through a program that rounds up your natural gas bill and donates it directly to assistance programs in your community. What amounts to only pennies a month can help keep heaters running, stovetops cooking and hot water flowing for families as temperatures drop.